Re-opening school age childcare services
Guidance for school age childcare providers to support a safe re-opening during Phase 3.
Supporting children with additional support needs through play
From Northern Ireland-based Playboard, a new guide that will help child professionals.
Realising the Ambition: Being Me
The guidance builds on the original principles and philosophy of Pre-Birth to 3 and Building the Ambition. This refreshed early years national practice guidance for presents key information about the characteristics of child development based on research and evidence.
Early Learning and Childcare is Changing
The entitlement to 1140 hours a year of Early Learning and Childcare explained.
Early Level Play Pedagogy Toolkit
This toolkit supports practitioners working with children in the Early Level to use play pedagogy to support learning and development. It is designed to be used in conjunction with Curriculum for Excellence and the guidance ‘Realising the Ambition: Being Me’.
How good is our early learning and childcare?
Education Scotland have revised the framework for self-evaluation for the early learning and childcare sector in consultation with practitioners.
Free training modules for early learning practitioners
The single most important driver of the quality of a child’s early learning and childcare (ELC) experience is a high quality workforce. Modules will be released throughout 2020.
Out to Play
Step-by-step guidance and practical advice for early learning and childcare practitioners on how to access outdoor spaces to create safe, nurturing and inspiring outdoor learning experiences.
Listening to children and using the arts
Researchers from Strathclyde University have been exploring whether the arts can help ensure our youngest citizens have a voice.
Settling children when starting primary school
Practical tips for younger children starting school or changing school.
Early learning and childcare recruitment and training
A guide for funded early learning and childcare providers on support available for training and recruitment.
When kids of mixed ages play together there are benefits for all
Younger and older children are naturally drawn to each other in play.
Anyone can play
Anyone Can Play is part of the Zero Tolerance Talking Gender series. It is all about how to talk to people about Gender Stereotypes and their effect on children.